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White Noise Machine - Sleep Sound Machines for Adults Kids Baby Sleeping Crib Lullaby Portable Rechargeable Office Travel with Pink Brown Noises 22 Soothing Sounds Rain Thunderstorm Frog Crickets Crackling Fire 32 Levels of Volume
Great nice sound quality with white noise, pink noise, brown noise and a good bass response but no looping sound, extremely portable and easy to use, fits in a weekender bag. 22 soothing real nature sounds including not limited to rain, thunderstorm, frog, crickets, crackling fire etc..
This sound machine provides ‘brown noise’, which is as well as white noise and pink noise, which can help calm babies or relax people with insomnia.
It's a tiny little box but the volume is loud enough to drown out most thuds and loud noises at night. 70% volume built-in battery for more than 8 hours of playback through whole night.
Memory function, automatically restores your previous volume.
70% volume built-in battery for more than 8 hours of playback.
Auto off timer: 30/60/90 minutes
Volume 32 levels
built-in headphone jacks
TF Card play the music
Compact size and lightweight
Adjustable volume
Next/ previous song controls
A key switch

White Noise Machine - Sound Machine for Adults Sleeping Baby Kid

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